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Vampires could drain a person’s blood in six minutes: study

Kimberley French/Summit Entertai/AP A vampire could drain 15 percent of a person’s blood within 6.4 minutes, according to a University of Leicester study. They’ve come to drink your blood… quickly. A vampire could drain your flow in just six minutes, ...

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Zika virus linked to brain disorder microcephaly

INA FASSBENDER/REUTERS Between Jan. 1 and March 9, there were 193 reported Zika cases in the U.S., according to the CDC. A new study further supports the connection between the Zika virus and microcephaly, a condition in which abnormal brain ...

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Eagles of Death Metal singer apologizes for terror comment

GUSTAV MAARTENSSON/AFP/Getty Images Jesse Hughes issued an apology after suggesting the security at the Paris concert venue where nearly 90 people were murdered last year were involved in the attack. Eagles of Death Metal frontman Jesse Hughes has apologized for ...

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American stabbed to death, six others wounded, in Israel

JERUSALEM — Vice President Biden arrived in Israel on Tuesday for a two-day visit that includes meetings with Israeli and Palestinian leaders as Palestinians unleashed a wave of attacks that killed an American tourist near where Biden was visiting and ...

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Ex-Brazil president questioned by police in corruption case

RIO DE JANEIRO — Brazilian police pulled former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva in for questioning on Friday and searched properties connected to the leader and his family, drawing the country’s most towering political figure closer into the sprawling ...

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Nanny who paraded child's severed head in Moscow arrested

[embedded content] A Russian nanny waved a child’s decapitated head around while shouting “I am a terrorist” outside a crowded Moscow subway station Monday, police said. The woman wearing a black burqa and hijab and later identified by authorities as ...

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Hope Solo: As of right now, I still wouldn't go to Olympics

Amid growing fears about the Zika virus and its impact on this summer’s Olympics in Brazil, U.S. Women’s National Team star Hope Solo reiterated that as of now she wouldn’t participate in the tournament. “If things stood as they are ...

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Death toll from Damascus bombings climbs to 50

BEIRUT — Syrian state TV says the death toll from three blasts in a Shiite suburb of Damascus has reached 50, with more than 200 wounded. It says the bombings on Sunday targeted a vegetable market in the afternoon during ...

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Explosion in Turkish capital kills at least 5, injures 10

STRINGER/AFP/Getty Images Firefighters try to extinguish flames following the explosion that officials believe was caused by a car bomb. At least five people have been killed and 10 others injured in an explosion that rocked the Turkish capital Wednesday, the ...

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Cuba commercial air traffic with U.S. deal set to take off

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Passengers walk across the tarmac at Jose Marti International Airport after arriving on a charter plane operated by American Airlines January 19, 2015 in Havana, Cuba. HAVANA — The United States and Cuba will sign an agreement ...

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